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Old 4th January 2012, 11:34 AM   #11
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Absolutely possible. And with all the people walking around, things may have been bumped a bit.

Lee was seated a bit left of the (nominal) central mike axis.
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Old 4th January 2012, 11:43 AM   #12
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Ian, thanks! Seems to work, here's the link:

Lee Barber Live- Tin Foil Satellite FLAC by Stuart Yaniger on SoundCloud - Create, record and share your sounds for free

If anyone can try to download, see if it comes over as the right high res format.
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I downloaded it. the properties say it is 96Khz but only 16 bit.I must say it is very clear. Here is the screen shot of the properties foobar 2000 reports.
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Old 4th January 2012, 11:59 AM   #13
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Hmmm, we'll have to see why that's happening. The native file is 24 bits.
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Old 4th January 2012, 12:14 PM   #14
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How close was the mic BTW (I'm guessing less than 1M) I would assume that the closer it is the more exagerated the left to right separation will be. I think that is why I was hearing the fingers sliding on the strings between the speakers about 6 - 7 feet away from the voice (he is right handed right?) the neck of the guitar was far enough to the right for it to sound central.

I guess getting back at a distance of 2 - 3 meters though will cause problems with room reflections and levels?? My intuition tells me that that would be the distance to get good spacial information (assuming of course that the room is that big!)

Sorry for the dumb questions, but imaging (and hwo to get it in a recording) is something that I find very interesting

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I had a look at soundcloud support . They transcode the stream to 128Khz mp3. However they say all files for download are not transcoded. Just a thought what is the file size of the flac file you uploaded. If im right a 24 bit file would be larger than a 16 bit file . I could be wrong though ..
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I'll have a look when I'm back at that computer. Thanks again for your help.

Tony, it was about 1.5 meter.
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OK interesting, my speakers are about 2M appart.... I was going to go to be early tonight but then I happened across this thread. Damn you Mr Yaniger
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I think I fixed it. See what you think. (I love that song!)

Lee Barber Live- Tin Foil Satellite live (24/96) by Stuart Yaniger on SoundCloud - Create, record and share your sounds for free
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I'm d/l'ing the file, shown as a 195M wav file. At 1.5Mbps it's not too terrible a wait. Thanks, SY. Been looking forward to this; I like the TandR studio stuff.
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We'll have some better stuff in a few weeks, but this is kind of a nice look at the tonal balance and clarity I've been getting from this mike and preamp. And it was a great show- he had the audience in tears after this one. Started slow and just got hotter and hotter. My other fave from that show was a really different take on the old Randy Newman song, "Mama Told Me Not to Come."

I'm seeing Lee again on Friday night with the full band (Whip In, in case you're anywhere near Austin).
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